2014 Lone Star Film Festival: Wild in the Streets
Wild in the Streets is a heart-lifting, spirit-breaking, comedic tale of '90s rollerblade gangs, complete with an all-out-action-packed race and maybe a training montage or two. The film's unique aesthetic was accomplished through a five-year pursuit of budgetless favor-asking and unspeakable determination. And an $800 camera.
The directorial debut from the Hamilton Brothers is a complete DIY effort with a cast and crew made up of friends and family. They are pretty sure if you make it through the entirety of this DIY masterishpiece, your only disappointment will be that you sold your blades 15 years ago.